Football: Up to 1,000 fans allowed for U-23 Asian Cup qualifiers in S'pore, tickets on sale from Oct 20

The Republic will begin their Group H campaign against Timor-Leste on Oct 25. PHOTO: FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION OF SINGAPORE

SINGAPORE - Up to 1,000 spectators will be allowed for the upcoming Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Under-23 Asian Cup Qualifiers in Singapore.

Tickets went on sale on Wednesday (Oct 20) and are priced at $8 for children under 12 and $15 for adults. These are available at

Matches are at 5pm and 8pm, with each ticket allowing access to both matches per day.

Any balance of tickets, depending on online sales, will be available for purchase only at the Jalan Besar Stadium ticketing counter from 2pm on match days.

Fans are strongly urged to purchase tickets online in advance to avoid queues and ensure entry.

Singapore begin their Group H campaign against Timor Leste on Monday, before taking on the Philippines three days later. They wrap up their run against South Korea on Oct 31.

All three of the hosts' games start at 8pm at the Jalan Besar Stadium.

Fans must show proof that they are fully vaccinated to enter the stadium. Refunds will not be issued to those who fail to provide such proof. Children aged 12 and below must be accompanied by an adult who is fully vaccinated.

Mandatory bag checks will also be conducted.

Upon entering the stadium, spectators will be issued a wrist tag, which allows re-entry for that match day.

Strict social distancing measures will be in place in terms of seating plans and allocation.

Food and drink are not permitted in the stadium and all individuals are required to keep their masks on at all times.

While musical instruments shall not be permitted into the stadium, banners and flags which do not contravene security and/or regulatory measures may be allowed.

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